We are currently purchasing an electric sectional from Arron’s furniture store. Since my husband signed his contract we have had to get Arron’s to deliver our furniture five different times. The furniture would be damage every time. Durringnone visit they damaged my floor in two areas. The flooring isn’t easy to replace in my home. The insurance company will not pay the full amount needed. I have tried everything to get Arron’s to contact me back about the issues. I can’t get a response from someone other then the insurance or district manager that can’t help me. I’m out of options can I do anything about all this. My husband signed the contract but Iv been dealing with everything because he works during the Arron’s business hours. This whole experience has been horrible and stressful.
Your husband can sue Arron's if the contract did not contain an arbitration provision. An arbitration provision will require you to pursue the claim through binding arbitration. If so, you have waived your right to sue in court. I wish you the best.
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